Skip to comments.Rasmussen Daily Tracking Poll
Posted on 11/15/2007 8:05:25 AM PST by eastsider
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Thursday shows Rudy Giulianis national lead growing in the race for the Republican Presidential Nomination. Giuliani attracts 28% support from Likely Republican Primary voters nationwide while four other candidates are bunched in a virtual tie for second place. Mitt Romney earns 13% of the vote. John McCain, Fred Thompson, and Mike Huckabee each attract 11%. Ron Paul's is the top choice for 6% and no other Republican candidate reaches 2% (see recent daily numbers).
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Rudy seems to be pulling away with no one stepping up offering a real challenge yet.
Someone is going to have to generate some momentum in the first few primaries if they hope to knock Rudy off.
Rudy’s still stuck somewhere around 30%. IMO, the problem isn’t lack of challengers, it’s too many challengers.
Over the long run, Willard’s support is like a sine wave, ranging from about 10 to 16.
This may turn ugly for Conservatives, we are just so darn split up right now.
Conservatives may be better served watching the Senatorial and House races, as it would seem we don’t have anyone really moving up to carry the Conservative banner in the POTUS primaries.
I hope today’s result portends a continued and well-deserved decline for Mitt.
Obviously all those Rudy supporters will have to be purged from the party. Didn’t they get the memo several people on FreeRepublic disapprove.
Good news for Rudy. Today there is also a poll showing that Rudy leads Hillary in Nevada too.
I like Romney, but a Democrat insider said that all of the Dem. candidates want to run against him in the general, because he would be easier to beat. They are scared of Rudy. Maybe polls like these show why they are scared.
Fred’s percentage today still includes two days of pre-endorsement numbers. If nothing else, the fact that his percentage hasn’t dipped below Tuesday’s 11% indicates that his campaign has successfully staunched the bleeding.
I heard the first radio ad that Rudy has put out - he states what NYC was like in 1992 and then the changes he brought and the positive growth and improvements NYC has achieved through his leadership. Like him or not, it doesn’t A) mention 9/11 B) lists real achievements and C) sends a very positive, upbeat message for hope and growth.
Mitt’s supporters seem to be purging themselves, bulimic Republicans that they are.
Fred is still at 11%, Hahahhaa, some great conservative hope.
Juan seems to have topped out.
Rasmussen and Zogby were on Hannity’s radio show last week talking about a 3-4 day lead time before current events show in the polls. We probably won’t see any significant changes until maybe tomorrow or Monday after the weekend digestment.
As is said in surgery, All bleeding eventually stops..
Theoretically, if Rudy G wins, which conservative will he pick to be VP to try and make a peace offering? I am having a hard time figuring that one out as well.